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Table 5

Transiting curve data for the different prototype planets of Table 3 and 3D RHD simulations of Table 1.

Planet Star Wavelength Deptha rms
[Å] [ppm]

terrestrial Sun [7600–7700] 0.999431 3.5
Neptune 0.995046 7.4
hot Jupiter 0.986251 15.9

terrestrial [25 000–29 000] 0.999480 1.1
Neptune 0.995487 2.1
hot Jupiter 0.987509 4.6

terrestrial [39 000–51 000] 0.999489 0.8
Neptune 0.995557 1.8
hot Jupiter 0.987660 3.5

terrestrial K dwarf [7600–7700] 0.999635 2.7
Neptune 0.996822 6.3
hot Jupiter 0.991180 9.8

terrestrial [25 000–29 000] 0.999679 0.8
Neptune 0.997194 2.1
hot Jupiter 0.992244 2.7

terrestrial [39 000–51 000] 0.999684 0.7
Neptune 0.997261 1.6
hot Jupiter 0.992391 2.1

Notes. The values reported in Col. 4 are the maximum transit depth and those in Col. 5 are the rms of a set of values covering the central part of the transit periods: [1, +1] h for the terrestrial planet, [0.15, +0.15] h for hot Neptune, and [0.1, +0.1] h for the hot Jupiter. These values are representative for all the wavelength bands from Table 2.

(a)

The depth is defined as the normalized flux minimum during transit.

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